A landmark legal action over a naked photograph of a year-old Northern Ireland girl being allegedly posted on a Facebook "shame" page has been settled. The confidential resolution reached in the first case of its kind in the world was confirmed at the High Court in Belfast today. The girl, who cannot be identified, sued the social media giant and the man suspected of posting her photo. Her lawyers alleged the image was blackmailed from her and then published as a form of revenge porn. She was seeking damages for misuse of private information, negligence and breach of the Data Protection Act. But following out of court negotiations her barrister, Edward Fitzgerald QC, told the judge: "I'm very happy to be able to inform Your Lordship that the case has been settled.
Please refresh the page and retry. F rench women used to be famed for sunbathing topless on Riviera beaches, but the practice is no longer considered chic and few are disposed to bare their breasts these days, a new survey has shown. The movement prompted by the sexual assault and rape allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer, has had a huge effect in France. The number of women who regularly sunbathe topless has plunged in the past three years from 29 to 19 per cent, according to a survey by the French Institute for Public Opinion IFOP published on Wednesday. I n , 43 per cent did so.
Dionne Younce, 28, allegedly sent 'inappropriate' messages to at least three students - including members of the football team. A PE teacher has been fired after she allegedly sent nude Snapchat photos and sexually explicit messages to numerous students. But now, the year-old has been sacked from her post following an internal investigation into her alleged misconduct, it is reported. Younce is accused of using Snapchat to send 'inappropriate' messages to at least three students, including members of the school's football team. One student claimed they and the teacher had been exchanging nude photos 'for a while', according to documents seen by Action News Jax.
A Canadian man, who travelled to Ireland twice for sex with a year-old Irish girl has received a 4. Joshua Robert Tremblay 34 pleaded guilty to two counts of child-luring, one count of sexual interference and two counts of breaching conditions. The married man sent nude pictures of himself to the girl, and sought similar ones from her, along with explicit taped messages, the court was told. He travelled to Ireland to meet her.